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The British Blonde Society will be holding the following sales throughout 2016.

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The British Blonde Society will have a presence at some of the agricultureal shows, please check our calendar of events for further information.

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News & Updates

Well done to Melissa Donaldson on winning the Blonde championship at the Highland show with Donaldson Jupiter sired by Ark Diego out of Hilltop Flora born February '14.
Reserve champion was awarded to Whitefield Freya exhibited by L Laird & sons and bred by Erich Mutch , born January '10 sired by Whistley Dollar.
Judged by Roy Kinnish.

Full Report and Photos to follow 

Idefix takes the championship at the Blonde National Show at the Three Counties
Supreme Champion Idefix

French senior bull Idefix sired by Uvay Cerise born August ‘13 from Paul Thomas Berkshire lifted the National Blonde show trophy and championship trophy at the Three Counties show. Judged by James Weightman from Co.Durham. Idefix made this the second time in three years that the Thomas family celebrating lifting this prestigious trophy.  The Intermediate bull trophy was lifted by Neil Brown with Hackleton Justice born January ’14 sired by previous National show champion Druk Elijah.
Junior Bull born on or after 01/01/15 went to Doncombe Locoste born April ’15 sired by Freefield Gill from David Knight,Bristol.
Reserve champion went to senior Cow born on or before 31/12/11 in calf or in milk with own registered calf at foot went to the twice Royal Welsh show champion and previous winner of the national show ‘14, Doncombe Flora. Exhibited by Paul Thomas from Berkshire and bred by David Knight from Bristol.

Reserve Champion Doncombe Flora

Junior Cow born on or between 01/01/11 and 31/12/12 in calf or in milk with own registered calf at foot went to Three Counties champion 2015 Whistley Hervorregend, who was bred and exhibited by Whistley Blondes from Bristol born February 2012 and sired by Diego. From the same stable the award for senior Heifer born between 01/01/14 which was a very strong class of fourteen heifers went to Whistley Jella born April ’14 also sired by Diego. The Whistley pairs went on to win the Blonde pairs class.
Calved heifer born on or between 01/01/13 and 31/12/13 with own British Blonde registered suckling calf at foot was scooped up by  Samoht Ivy who was both reserve female champion as well as homebred champion of the day. Ivy born October ’13 sired by Ulfila out or Reserve champion Doncombe Flora.
Once again from David Knights herd the Intermediate Heifer born on or between  01/01/14 and 31/12/14  In calf or maiden heifer went to  Doncombe Jolene, sired by French bull Cyrano born October ’14 out of second prize winnerin the senior cow class Doncombe Celine

Whistley Hervorragen

Whistley Jello

Hackleton Justice
Samoht Ivy

Samoht Lobelia

Doncombe Jolene
Doncombe Lacoste

Doncombe Let it go

Maiden heifer, born on or between 01/01/15 and 30th April 2015 went to Doncombe Lucretia sired by French bull Anis born January ’15 again from Davis Knight.
 Junior maiden heifer, born on or between. 1/5/15 and 31/12/15 was won by Doncombe Let it Go, again from David Knight. Born May ’15 sired by Coolibah she also went on to win the Junior championship as well as lifting the FIERBA cup.
The Calf class was won by Samoht Lobelia from Paul Thomas born December ’15 sired by Cyrano once again out of reserve champion Doncombe Flora.
The Commercial Championship went to Moores Livestock from Norfolk, with ‘Moores by Nature’ born May ’15 sired by Fronfedw First Class.
The Blondes had an excellent National show once again at the Royal Three Counties show. The society would like to thank the Three Counties society, the stewards, the Blonde sponsors Gerald Shearing and Thornbury and Meadow Blondes and also our judge Mr James Weightman.Thank you to all the exhibitors, helpers and stewards as well as our judge James Weightman and sponsors Gerald Shearing, Thornbury Blondes and Meadow Blondes.Great show.

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Ivaniskey Jaquita takes Interbreed Beef Champion of Champions

Securing the Interbreed beef Champions of Champions and the reserve overall show champion at Lurgan Agricultural Show was the British Blonde champion Ivaniskey Jaquita, a two-year-old heifer bred by the McElroy family, Ivan, Ruth and William, from Dromara. Sired by the Irish-bred Clondown Eddie, she is a daughter of the herd’s multi award winning show cow Ivaniskey Denise who also won the same titles at Lurgan show 2014. Jaquita is in-calf to Anahorish Dude

Balmoral Show 2016

Senior cow - Drumraymond Hidi Ho
Junior cow - no entry
Senior heifer - Budore Jessie
Intermediate heifer - Ivaniskey Juliet
Junior heifer - Budore Lollipop

Senior bull - no entry
Junior bull - Drumraymond Limited

Best Pair - Drumraymond

Reserve champion - Budore Liza
Champion - Best exhibitor bred - Budore Lollipop

Budore Blondes, Champion and reserve champion with Judge Dye Clark

Oddball Engineering launching the Champion of Champions cup.
To be presented to the NI club member with the most breed championships won throughout the year

With Conor Lyons, Conor Savage and Dave Gibson

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Click here to see the Presentation photos on British Blonde Facebook

Thank you to all of you who supported the Blonde Draw 2015

The Winners were as follows:-
£500 Jean Dalkin
£100 Robert Taylor
Hamper Kivells Auctioneers
£25 Voucher Alan Keith
£25 Voucher K Harvey
Congratulations and thank you again
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About Blonde

The Blonde d'Aquitaine breed has been established in the UK for over 40 years and continues to gain much respect from commercial farmers be they suckler producers or dairy men.

The breeds principal attributes are ease of calving and excellent growth rates, terminating in a carcase with a very high killing out percentage and an exceptionally high ratio of lean meat to bone.

The breed is widely distributed throughout the UK and Northern Ireland and thrives well in both the harsher climes of the north and the sunnier south.

The society was founded in 1971 to improve and promote the British Breed.

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